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FAMILY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Head Start Early Head Start EHS-Child Care Partnership Program

Parent Volunteers

2475 81

164

Fathers participating IN ongoing Parent Activities

612 51

4

The 5th annual End of Year Family Picnic gathered a turnout of over 738 children and families.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

2017 Geminus Head Start Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) by the Office of Head Start

Grantee-National Comparison

Domain Score

Domain Score Domain Score

Geminus Head Start

Emotional 6.6 Support

Classroom 6.5 Organization

Instructional 3.6 Support

National Head Start Grantees

Emotional 6.0 Support

Classroom 5.8 Organization

Instructional 3.0 Support

•A  ll of our Head Start and Early Head Start centers became NAEYC accredited. •H  ead Start celebrated its 3rd annual Father-Child Chili Cook-Off in partnership with Just A Dash catering in Highland, IN. • 8 1% of our Head Start & Early Head Start lead classroom teachers have met the Head Start requirement of having a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Early Childhood Development.

•H  ead Start staff successfully completed a series of pre-service training sessions prior to the start of the program year. •H  ead Start staff successfully completed a series of on-going Professional Development sessions during the program year.

Profile for Geminus Head Start

Geminus Head Start 2017 Annual Report  

Geminus Head Start 2017 Annual Report  

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